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Major & Cooper claim downhill crowns

Following a perfect weather day yesterday in Tignes to open the 2018 Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships, the snow arrived today and the forecast of worsening conditions later in the week brought forward the National Championship Downhill races to today.

The ladies’ race was robbed of one of its favourites in practice when Super G winner Cara Brown suffered a knee injury which is expected to sideline her for the rest of the season.

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Taylor scores victory #4

With just one speed ski event left on the 2017/18 FIS World Cup calendar, the season is all but over, however there was still some great action last week and over the weekend.

British freestyle skiers were in France for the final halfpipe World Cup of the season while the British Telemark Team was in Switzerland for the World Cup Finals and Junior World Championships, and once again it was Jasmin Taylor creating the headlines.

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Innes, Raposo and Brown soar on Super G Sunday

Iain Innes had a perfect start to the 2018 Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships in Tignes today, winning the Under 21 Super G National Junior Championship before defending the senior title he claimed 12 months ago.

In near-perfect conditions for athletes and spectators, Innes didn’t have it all his own way in the National Championship, sharing top spot on the podium with Charlie Raposo while Cara Brown was also able to successfully defend her ladies’ title.

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First ISF World Schools’ Winter Games

This was an historic event in which 500 young people from 19 countries competed in 8 different winter sports. Alpine Skiing (Slalom and Giant Slalom), Freestyle, Curling, Biathlon, team and individual Cross-Country Skiing and Snowboard Cross.

Speed skating, Ski Jumping and Ice Hockey competitions also took place as exhibition sports.

The English delegation consisted of four ESSKIA Alpine Skiing teams and a mixed pair Curling team.

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Podiums across Europe for British skiers

The World Cup season is almost at an end but there was no let up for British skiers and snowboarders competing across Europe in alpine, cross country, freestyle, telemark and speed skiing.

And it was a successful series of results across the board with three World Cup podiums, three Europa Cup podiums amongst a host of top 10 performances.

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